Destiny 2 Cross Play Will Be Tested Next Week
Destiny 2 Cross Play Will Be Tested Next Week.
When the Season of the Splicer went live a few days ago, a few players had noticed cross-play also was activated in Destiny 2 for a short while. While this was an error, according to Bungie, it seems that players won’t have to wait long to properly meddle with the feature, as the dev team has stated that there will be a test next week.
Also, in this week’s “This Week at Bungie,” the devs behind Destiny 2 mentioned the assumed release of the imminent Vault of Glass raid, which was scheduled to launch yesterday morning. Bungie had decided to acknowledge that the update was supposed to be about testing the cross-play feature, which was enabled a bit too quickly when Season 14 was launched.
“In the early hours of Season of the Splicer, a few of you got your first unfiltered taste of Cross-Play. Even though a bug caused this, we saw players mingling between platforms, which was awesome! That said, we needed to smash that bug like a subscribe button to get our release back on track. While our current goal is for Cross-Play to ship in Season 15, we have a list of things to do before it’s ready, one of which is a Beta starting early next week. “
Commencing on May 25th till the 27th, the Destiny 2 cross play beta test will be launched on PlayStation, Xbox, Steam, and Stadia enabling players across platforms to get into a Vanguard Strike with their Guardian friends from any platform. Bungie will also provide players an unusual emblem to any player who achieves three strikes throughout the beta period.
Season of the Splicer hit Destiny 2 last week, bearing with it a brand new 6-player Override venture and Expunge. It’s a weekly pinnacle mission. Legacy Destiny’s Vault of Glass raid will also be released on this new season, rewarding players on May 22nd with a brand new title belt IF they manage to complete World First Completion.